ICONN 2016 International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 7 - 11 February 2016 | National Convention Centre, Canberra, Australia

ICONN 2016 Invited Speakers

Nanomaterials

Dr Matthew HillCSIRO, Clayton Vic
A/Prof Shannon NotleyAustralian National University, Canberra
Professor Maria ForsythDeakin University, Vic
Professor Martina StenzelUNSW, NSW
A/Prof Alois LugsteinVienna University of Technology, Austria
Professor George PharrUniversity of Tennessee, USA
Professor Jeff SnyderNorthwestern University, USA
Professor Pagona PapakonstantinouERI University of Ulster, Ireland

Nanobiotechnology

Prof Cameron Alexander Nottingham University, UK
Professor Dayong JinMacquarie University, NSW
Professor Andy SparkowitzStanford University, USA
Professor Andrew WhitakerUniversity of Queensland - Queensland
Professor Christy LandesRice University, USA
Professor Sarah HeilshornStanford University, USA

Nanoelectronics

Prof. Jonathan BirdSUNY Buffalo, U.S.A
Professor Saskia FischerHU Berlin, Germany
Dr Kirsten MoselundIBM Zurich, Switzerland
Prof. Marco RolandiU. Washington, U.S.A

Nanophotonics

Professor Stephan LinkRice University, USA
Dr Peter BanzerMax Planck Institute, Germany

Computational Nanotechnology

Dr Stefano CorniCentro S3 CNR Istituto di Nanoscienze, Modena,Italy
Professor Alexander ShlugerUniversity College London
Professor Florent CalvoUniversite Joseph Fourier,Grenoble France

Nanocharacterisation

Professor Tomonobu Nakayama, PhDUniversity of Tsukuba
Professor Quentin RamasseDaresbury Lab,Warrington, UK
Professor Odile StephanUniversite Paris Sud Orsay , France
Dr Jesse ClarkStanford University, USA

Nanotechnology for Energy and Environment

Prof Wonyong CHOIPohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea
A/Prof Thatt Yang, Timothy TANNanyang Technological University, Singapore
Professor Lin Guo Beihang University, China
Professor Shin-ichi OrimoTohoku University, Japan
A/Prof Dongling JiangNational Institutes of Natural Sciences, Japan

Commercialisation, Safety & Societal Issues of Nanotechnology

Prof Darren MartinUniversity of Queensland
Dr Asa JamtingNational Measurements Institute, Sydney
Dr Stefan HarrerIBM Australia